What happens in a neutral state during a world war? During WW1, Denmark was caught between its powerful neighbor to the south, Germany, and its biggest trading partner, Great Britain. Balancing war trade, humanitarian efforts, diplomacy and military precautions, Denmark walked a tightrope between the two. To keep the balance, the state also had to bridge growing social divisions created by war trade and war costs. From this, the Danish welfare state model was born in. Through immersive and interactive installations, photos and objects, you can experience this dramatic story at the coastal fort, Mosede.